physics and mathematics are more fundamental sciences (mathematics more fundamental than physics if you wish to know the order), chemistry applies to all matter, that is, the stuff that makes up plants and animals, planets and stars, rocks and soil
going to sound odd, and you might think it’s a snooze but it sure is exciting to me.
One of the main problems with teaching is that, although I very much wish to make a difference, there usually is little evidence that I actually do.
classical physics (sometimes called “Newtonian” physics after Sir Isaac Newton and his leaf) cannot explain why copper salts are green when they burn.
To be on the market, clearly this antihistamine doesn’t affect too many other people like it did me, so why did it have this effect on me?
It’s a funny thing that I will never forget this speaker or my group of students, but in my mind, only one was truly heroic.
The question is surprising because we think of love as something ethereal, a concept with no real physical foundation. But the truth is, there is an actual chemical foundation for feelings of love
What we teach in science, the principles, the laws, the theories are nothing more than a collection of models that best fits the observations and data available to us.
“Double Blind” means that nobody knows if I was vaccinated with the true vaccine, or if I received a placebo. Here’s how it works
Success is not about intelligence. It's about self-confidence.